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22 Mar 2017 04:10 PM EST

Buzzfeed reports that ExxonMobil has admitted that a year’s worth of emails from an alias account used by its former chief executive, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, were lost. Tillerson and other ExxonMobil executives are under investigation by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman for allegedly misleading shareholders about the risks posed by climate change. ExxonMobil’s revelation about the lost emails, made in a letter to the judge presiding over the case, was called a “bombshell” by Assistant State Attorney General John Oleske in New York Supreme Court on Wednesday. Judge Barry Ostrager ordered that ExxonMobil produce sworn affidavits from its employees responsible for preserving the emails, and that the company complete the handover or all relevant documents from management by March 31.

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